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Chapter 13. Customizing Access > Using Multiple Languages

Using Multiple Languages

If you work with information that contains text in more than one language, you can use the Office 2003 multi-language features to edit in additional languages. You might need to modify your computer, including your keyboard layout, to do so. International Microsoft Office users can change the language that appears on their screens by changing the default language settings. Users around the world can enter, display, and edit text in all supported languages, including European languages, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Hebrew, and Arabic, just to name a few. You'll probably be able to use Office programs in your native language. If the text in your Access database is written in more than one language, you can automatically detect languages or designate the language of selected text so the spelling checker uses the right dictionary.

Add a Language to Office Programs

Click Start on the taskbar, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Office, point to Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office 2003 Language Settings.

Select the language you want to enable.

Click Add.

Click OK, and then click Yes to quit and restart Office.


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